The Pulse’s third annual Short Story Contest, “600 Words,” is seeking entries from local writers. This year’s contest will feature the theme “Chattanooga.” All entries must have some connection (no matter how tenuous) to Chattanooga.
The rules are simple: Submit your short story of no more than 600 words using the theme ingredient and send via email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Thursday, March 22. Please include your full name and contact information.
Entries exceeding 600 words will be eliminated, as will those not containing the theme and entries submitted by Snail Mail. A panel of judges comprised of professional, published authors will judge the contest. The top three stories will be featured in a future issue of The Pulse.